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July Diary of an Israeli – Part 2

"I am proud to be an Israeli these days more then ever. Perhaps others can take some morality lessons from us, including the Russians, Syrians, Afghans, Iraqis, Serbs, and even some western democracies."

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July Diary of an Israeli

"Pretty crazy here. No body knows where it is going and for how long. What you will see on TV at your end will be biased in favor of the Palestinians."

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Colorado Physician, 76, to Bike 500 Miles for Israeli ‘Kids Under Fire’

Photo of Dr. Herzl Melmed and his bike

Dr. Herzl Melmed, 76, a Denver gynecologist, is currently biking alone from Bandon, Oregon to hilly San Francisco. Find out why.

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JNF Responds to Conflict in Israel

More than $1 million has been donated to Jewish National Fund’s (JNF) emergency relief effort, launched in response to the escalating conflict in Israel. Read how JNF has put this money to work.

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Violence Escalates in Southern Israel

The Israeli army began moving infantry units to the south and calling up reservists in preparation for a further escalation of hostilities with Hamas after an Israeli airstrike killed Hamas' military chief in the strip.

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StandWithUs Denounces 2011 Gaza Flotilla

StandWithUs condemns the flotilla as a hypocritical and dangerous publicity stunt, and it joins international leaders in urging flotilla organizers to cancel their plans.

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Gaza: No Hope? Art: Much Hope

Professor Zach Levey lectured on Gaza and artist Marlyn Cheshes displayed and talked about her photography, sculpture and other art at the Boulder JCC Sunday night. Photos.

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